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#1 blank_program  Icon User is offline

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IDE with Intellisense

Posted 10 September 2011 - 12:49 PM

Is there an IDE for Python 3.2 that has something similar to Visual Studio's Intellisense? I don't want to use IronPython as that relies on .NET/Mono which I don't want to use if I choose to run my Python scripts on my Linux machine. If the IDE works for both OSes that would be a plus but not required.
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Re: IDE with Intellisense

Posted 11 September 2011 - 01:53 PM

Netbeans 6.9 has a Python plugin that I use almost exclusively.
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Re: IDE with Intellisense

Posted 11 September 2011 - 02:30 PM

Intellisense is just autocompletion? Depends if you want a full IDE with all the bells and whistles or just a more simpler one. Eclipse has a python plug-in with autocompletion, but it's got a steeper learning curve compared to something like Geany, which also has a degree of autocompletion - they both can be run on Windows as far as I know, and definitely Linux. I've never used Netbeans but if Motoma said it, it's probably a good choice :)
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